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Old 06-04-2012, 03:06 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Oldpilot View Post
This morning I opened the html file for my Kindle e-book in Sigil and found that the drop-cap didn't work properly. I Googled the code and found a usable one that I adapted.

Then when I went to modify the CSS I found it at the top of the text file rather than in a separate style sheet. Luckily I hadn't yet broken the book into chapters, so I had only the one patch to make.

I suppose this is a very good reason to have an external style sheet? I should do that in the future, right?
That is one of the best resons.
Use a style on many pages, fix/adjust in one place.
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